Land Trust launches annual photography competition – Sites through the Seasons

24th August 2020

The Land Trust is calling for shutterbugs across the country to get snapping for their annual photography competition.

This year’s theme is ‘sites through the seasons’ and the competition asks people to send in photos taken of or at any Land Trust space in the last year, giving one lucky winner the chance to receive £100 in photography vouchers.

Euan Hall, the Land Trust’s Chief Executive, said: “We know how important it has been for people to be able to get outdoors throughout this tough year, and hopefully this competition will inspire people to capture the sights they see and the memories made whilst out using our green spaces.

“It was particularly enlightening walking through nature each day throughout the spring, where you could see visible changes in the trees and plants each day. I certainly found myself taking pictures of the trees as they blossomed.

“Hopefully people have managed to capture and share all the joy that comes with a walk in the park, no matter what season it is.”

You don’t have to be a professional photographer to enter the competition, with photos being accepted in all sizes and qualities. The main requirements are that photographs are taken in 2020 at any Land Trust space.

Last year’s winning photograph was taken by Steve Milner at New Park Springs:

Steve Milner - New Park Springs

To enter, photos can be emailed as an attachment or link to The competition closes at 23:59 on November 1, 2020.

Finalists will be chosen by the Land Trust team and the winner will be voted for in a public vote in November.

A full list of terms and conditions can be found here and must be read before submitting entries.

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